Permits and Plan Review reviews land disturbance permits and building permits for compliance with County regulations.
NOTICE OF CHANGES:
Fulton County is initiating changes to the permitting protocol.
Changes Effective Monday, March 24, 2017:
Fulton County will no longer accept photocopies of signatures on any and all permit application forms. All signatures must be original and any required notarized stamps must be original.
Changes Effective April 1, 2017:
Fulton County has updated the following permit application forms. All permits received or initiated on April 1, 2017 must utilize the new permit application forms.
Updated Building Permit Application Form. Please note that Page 3 of the form includes the Appendix I agreement which was previously a separate form and Page 4 of the form is a Site Plan Checklist.
Updated Trade Permit (Pay and No Pay) Forms. Please note that a new line has been added to the Electrical Pay and No Pay to provide the electric service provider. Additionally all Trade forms now include a space for to provide property ownership information.
Updated and new temporary power affidavits. April 1, 2017 Fulton County will be utilizing two (2) new affidavits for temporary electrical service; a Temporary Power Pole (T-Pole) affidavit and a Temporary Power Connection to Service (Temp to Perm) affidavit. Please note that these forms require an original notarized signature of the electrical contractor.
New Informational Sheets
New Residential Checklist. As a part of the rollout of these new forms, Fulton County has created a â€śNew Residential Checklistâ€ť. This one-page informational sheet is a checklist of all items that make up a complete application for building a new home.
Residential Building Inspection Process. This informational sheet is actually not new but an updated form that reflects the current inspection protocol and the new permit forms. _____________________________________________________
Private Professional Inspection Program (PPIP):
Effective January 1, 2016 that with the transition to Nova for all building inspections, Fulton County will be closing out the Private Professional Inspection Program (PPIP). Effective January 1, 2016, Fulton County will no longer authorize PPIP (3rd party private) inspections for 2016 permits. To provide for a transition, PPIP inspections will continue to be allowed for all 2015 permits. The PPIP Program Procedures will continue to apply to PPIP inspections.
Program Inspection Result Form
Program Approved Firms
Program Utility Release Form